You can find this route on the BikeSquare app with code A04
It starts from the rental point Bike Square of Arquata Scrivia and using the bike lane is reached via Moriassi, a road in part dirt that through a wooded and quiet area that arrives at the Provincial Road 161. It goes through and goes up in the direction of the Monterotondo location. At the end of the climb, turning to the right is the church of Monterotondo and is continued by making a ring of about 8 km in the midst of the vineyards of the renowned pyemontese white : the Gavi doc. Completed l 'ring begins the descent leading to the evocative Historical Centre of Gavi, d 'Tourism interest in the many historical testimonies between which the Romanesque Church of S. Giacomo, the Palazzo Municipalee l 'ancient port of the city date back to the XVI sec. There is no shortage of Gavi the numerous typical local products among which the Gavi doc and the almond amarets from the exclusive recipe stand out. A strapiombo on the ancient borgo of Gavi stands out l 'omonima Fortress cinquecentesca, on a natural rock, today a visitor to the museum structure. Finished the visit to Gavi you return to Arquata percurring the same path as the 'gone. In Arquata it cannot miss a visit to the old 'Ancient Storm Centre, including the Via Interiore, where numerous alleys are arriched with stone portals dating from the thirteenth century and fifth-century arcs and arcs with sixth-acute arches. Among the buildings you note the Gotica house marked by an ' original wooden structure with murary tamponade.